This gorgeous half circle shawl uses the pi shawl math pioneered by Elizabeth Zimmerman and incorporates a cat's eye stitch that mimics the look of crochet.
The perfect extra layer for chilly evenings, the stitch pattern looks complicated but is more simple than you think with easy-peasy garter stitch rows to help speed you along.
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You will need
- 420yds, Fingerweight/#1 Superfine yarn
- Samples shown used: 1 skein MadelineTosh Tosh Merino Light(100% Superwash Wool; 100g/420 yds; Fingering/#1), in your selected color
You May Also Need
- Size US 8 (5.0 mm) 32" length or longer circular needle (click here for bamboo, here for metal)
- Clover Soft Ring Stitch Markers
- Row Counter
- Yarn needle
- Measuring Tape
- Blocking Pins
- Blocking Wires
- Blocking Mats
Color Shown: Antique Moonstone, second sample in Lost In Trees
Finished Size: 40" [101.5 cm] wingspan x 16" [40.5 cm], measured from center back neck to lower edge.
Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, lay flat to dry.